The State Council of Educational Research and Training has announced the results of the class 8th exams in Jammu and Kashmir divisions, with an impressive pass percentage of over 95%. According to an official from the council, both government and private schools have recorded high success rates in both hard and soft zones.
In Jammu division, 93.85% of students from government schools have passed, while in Kashmir division, the pass percentage is 95.85%. Similarly, in private schools, 97.84% of students from Jammu and 95.53% from Kashmir division have qualified the exams.
A total of 17,554,7 students were enrolled for the exams, and out of them, 16,956,4 candidates have successfully cleared the exams. These results are a testament to the dedication and hard work put in by the students, teachers, and the education department.
The successful outcomes of the class 8th exams reflect the positive impact of educational initiatives and reforms undertaken by the state government in recent years. It showcases the importance of quality education and the efforts made to improve the educational system in Jammu and Kashmir.
The council has congratulated all the successful students and emphasized the need for continuous efforts to further enhance the quality of education in the region. These results are a step towards building a brighter future for the students and ensuring that every child has access to quality education in Jammu and Kashmir.
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